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Are you drinking coal ash?

LouAnn Watkins just wants drinking water without cancer-causing toxins. A 2016 test of her home’s well water found levels of a potent carcinogen, hexavalent chromium, more than four times the level that had recently prompted “do not drink” warnings from the state. The culprit Watkins and other residents suspect the network of ash ponds at […] The post Are you drinking coal ash appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


The Yeti

Ultra guru Jason Green brings a new vibe to the trail running scene. Jason Green has an infectious passion for running ultra long-distances in the mountains of Southwest Virginia and he’s spread that excitement from one corner of Appalachia to runners across the country, and beyond. The number of ultramarathons (marathons over 26 miles) has […] The post The Yeti appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


Inn It To Win It: The Swamp Rabbit Inn

With two locations, a bike rental shop, and a cycling app, the Swamp Rabbit Inn is changing the way cyclists do Greenville. This is not your traditional BnB. It’s hot in Greenville, S.C., today. My plan of riding 20 miles on the Swamp Rabbit Trail melting away as the mercury rises. Instead, I get to […] The post Inn It To Win It: The Swamp Rabbit Inn appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


The 2018 American Conservation Film Festival: Inspiring Change, Offering Solutions

Do you recall the last time you attended an event that left you spinning with inspiration AND information An event powered by beautiful imagery, exceptional storytelling, and stunning scientific discovery Just a short drive from our nation’s capital, a small organization uses the power of film to engage people in conservation and offers solutions that […] The post The 2018 American Conservation Film Festival: Inspiring Change, Offering Solutions appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazi...


Your LYH Guide to Fall Festivals and Events to help you CRUSH your long weekend

Something special happens in Lynchburg during the fall. The leaves along the Blue Ridge Mountains turn vibrant shades of red, gold and orange, and the cool weather creates the perfect environment for fall festivals and outdoor events. We’ve rounded up a few of Lynchburg’s legacy events that you must check out. Genworth Virginia 10 Miler and Amazing Mile – […] The post Your LYH Guide to Fall Festivals and Events to help you CRUSH your long weekend appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magaz...


Bridge Day in the New River Gorge

October in the New River Gorge means many things: vibrant fall foliage, thrilling whitewater rafting trips, and West Virginia’s largest, most exciting one-day festival: Bridge Day. What’s Bridge Day The New River Gorge Bridge is an iconic West Virginia landmark – and every third weekend in October, it’s closed for Bridge Day, the oldest and […] The post Bridge Day in the New River Gorge appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


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Are you drinking coal ash?

LouAnn Watkins just wants drinking water without cancer-causing toxins. A 2016 test of her home’s well water found levels of a potent carcinogen, hexavalent chromium, more than four times the level that had recently prompted “do not drink” warnings from the state. The culprit Watkins and other residents suspect the network of ash ponds at […] The post Are you drinking coal ash appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


The Yeti

Ultra guru Jason Green brings a new vibe to the trail running scene. Jason Green has an infectious passion for running ultra long-distances in the mountains of Southwest Virginia and he’s spread that excitement from one corner of Appalachia to runners across the country, and beyond. The number of ultramarathons (marathons over 26 miles) has […] The post The Yeti appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


Inn It To Win It: The Swamp Rabbit Inn

With two locations, a bike rental shop, and a cycling app, the Swamp Rabbit Inn is changing the way cyclists do Greenville. This is not your traditional BnB. It’s hot in Greenville, S.C., today. My plan of riding 20 miles on the Swamp Rabbit Trail melting away as the mercury rises. Instead, I get to […] The post Inn It To Win It: The Swamp Rabbit Inn appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


The 2018 American Conservation Film Festival: Inspiring Change, Offering Solutions

Do you recall the last time you attended an event that left you spinning with inspiration AND information An event powered by beautiful imagery, exceptional storytelling, and stunning scientific discovery Just a short drive from our nation’s capital, a small organization uses the power of film to engage people in conservation and offers solutions that […] The post The 2018 American Conservation Film Festival: Inspiring Change, Offering Solutions appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazi...


Your LYH Guide to Fall Festivals and Events to help you CRUSH your long weekend

Something special happens in Lynchburg during the fall. The leaves along the Blue Ridge Mountains turn vibrant shades of red, gold and orange, and the cool weather creates the perfect environment for fall festivals and outdoor events. We’ve rounded up a few of Lynchburg’s legacy events that you must check out. Genworth Virginia 10 Miler and Amazing Mile – […] The post Your LYH Guide to Fall Festivals and Events to help you CRUSH your long weekend appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magaz...


Bridge Day in the New River Gorge

October in the New River Gorge means many things: vibrant fall foliage, thrilling whitewater rafting trips, and West Virginia’s largest, most exciting one-day festival: Bridge Day. What’s Bridge Day The New River Gorge Bridge is an iconic West Virginia landmark – and every third weekend in October, it’s closed for Bridge Day, the oldest and […] The post Bridge Day in the New River Gorge appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine. ...


SKU-530183 Gerber Bear Grylls Fixed-Blade Knife - Stainless Steel from Cabelas  sku

Gerber Bear Grylls Fixed-Blade Knife - Stainless Steel - 530183 by Gerber

Item description: This Hunting Cutlery product is by Gerber - Gerbers legendary knife- and gear-making expertise combines with the outdoor survival knowledge of Bear Grylls to develop a knife built to give you an edge in any outdoor adventure situation. The 4.75 fixed, drop-point blade is constructed of sturdy high-carbon stainless steel, and the back half is serrated to saw through branches, rope and bone. Full-tang blade construction ensures maximum durability. The ergonomic textured, molded-rubber grip gives you a sure hold in any weather and has a stainless steel knurled butt cap with a striking surface for hammering. An small emergency locator whistle is attached to the lanyard. The lightweight, military-grade, mildew-resistant nylon sheath sports survival features of its own. A fire-starting ferrocerium rod locks into the sheath and makes sparks when struck in a striker notch built into the back of the knifes blade. A diamond sharpener is also integrated into the sheath for in-the-field edge honing. You also receive a patch demonstrating key ways to communicate with search-and-rescue aircraft. This knife comes with Bear Grylls pocket survival guide, Priorities of Survival. The guide contains vital, potentially life-saving information about wilderness survival. Imported. Blade length: 4.75. Overall length: 10. Weight: 11.2 oz. Cancer and Reproductive Harm- www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. Color: Stainless Steel. Type: Knives.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Gerber

Keywords: Knives

Category: Cutlery

$59.99

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